| Drama, Romance
London barrister's marriage is under strain after his affair with a shop-girl who is out to have him. Told in flashback.
The Dowson poem from which the film gets its name contains the line "I have forgot much, Cynara! gone with the wind.", which gave Margaret Mitchell the title for her novel (although a title-card by Ben Hecht in the movie attributes it otherwise).
Yes, but surely, if you're fond of someone, you want to be kind. At least one owes a little consideration.
John Tring: Consideration? When you're telling a woman you don't want her? It's like brushing a man's hair the morning you hang him.